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"Everything is good except the bathtub."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 19, 2013
I was staying in a superior room with a double bed. My suite was very clean, with new furniture and nice modern bathroom. The color theme of the room was red + white. The room furniture had classical style. The water pressure in the shower was high, so I could shower fast and convenient. My big complain about the room was that the drainage of water in the bathtub was broken, and so water was going down very slowly and therefore I had to take shower half way up to my knees in dirty soapy water. Already the next day somebody came in to remove the part, which controls how fast water goes down, and so the problem disappeared. Also I did not appreciate the light switch system in my room: every time I had to switch randomly all the switches to find the right one. When nobody is in the room (the key card is not in the special slot), everything powers down (including electrical outlets), which saves energy but I could not charge my laptop while being away from my suite. The hotel is located in the center of the city with plenty of non expensive cafes around, including a pie place which (I think) works 24 hours a day. A subway station is about 5 minutes away from the hotel. Wi-Fi Internet worked just fine and was fast but it did require periodic reactivation of the connection.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 26, 2012
I stayed there 10 nights the second week on November 2012.
I had a great experience. The room was cleaned every day, was verified by another person. Everyone was friendly, courteous and professional.
Would stay here again.
above average hotel for business travel. Better than Holiday Inn in States... Internet service very weak in room however better in common areas. Impossible to pay partially for internet - (although the options would indicate otherwise). Severe mark-up on cab fare when ordering through hotel. Having said - for Russia it's probably better than average.
"Great location. Very close to the metro."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 30, 2012
People in the hotel were very friendly. The swimming pool and sauna were just as good as any 5 star hotel in the US. Free use of computer in the lobby was great. Breakfast was excellent with all different kinds of food.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 13, 2012
The hotel offers sauna on premise and free pass to the 12 types of saunas & steamrooms in its sister hotel (Sokos Bridge, 10 min walk). The staff is helpful & friendly and mostly fluent in English. The hotel lobby is not impressive but rooms are clean and adequate. The neighborhood is good and safe. Hotel is reasonably close(30 min. walk) to all usual touristic sites. You can also take public transportations to everywhere. The metro is about 15 mins away. Buses number 7, 10, 11, & 24 are at the intersection of 8 Linya and Bolshoy Prospect next to the hotel.
There are many shops and restaurants nearby. Several 24 hrs stores are nearby and one is just adjacent to it. You should also explore the restaurants in the neighborhood. Particularly a Russian restaurant “Russian Kitch” (25 Universiteskaya Naberezhnaya, 10 mins walk) and a Georgian restaurant Kafe KAHAPEUKA located in an alley off of the street right behind the hotel. lso do not miss the open bazaar in the street behind the hotel with brick oven bakery, fruit stand and a souvenir shop that gives you one of the best prices. For transportation to and from airport call city cab companies ahead of time and make reservation for pick up. It will cost you almost half of the cost of getting a taxi from the airport. However, if you have an early flight you should know that the bridges on your side of the city are not useable before 5:15 am. The hotel is very good value and we will certainly stay there again.
"Good for a bargain non-business trip"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 1, 2012
1) room was clean, with a daily cleaning lady visit; 2) it had most of the amenities western travelers would expect (hair dryer, shampoo, proper shower with hot water, television with an english channel or two...) 3) it lacked AC and in-room wifi. AC wasn't a problem with the chilly weather we had, but the windows opened to a noisy street, so it could have been a problem. 4) it's very close to the tran stations, good restaurants, and tourist attractions 5) The hotel staff were very helpful, especially Marina, who got us train tickets to Moscow on the Sapsan during the day while we were out doing other tourist things! Thanks! ... The hotel also had a nice bar and restaurant. ... Two things though, I would recommend: a) UNPLUG and THROW AWAY whatever machine (ATM, money changer, tour guide thing... whatever) is making the high-pitched whine that echos through the lobby. It makes the atmosphere of that lobby uncomfortably noisy! b) get wifi in at least some dedicated rooms. For western travelers, internet on our phones is now expected. Some rooms near the business center have it... more rooms should.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 27, 2012
My best stay in Peter in recent years, would definitely recommend it for a comfortable week-end getaway at a reasonable price. The location is perfect: 15 min walk from Moskovsky railway station and just a few steps off Nevsky Ave., very convenient for all kinds of sightseeing and a quite night's rest. I had a standard room on the 6-th floor, it looked like a standard 3-star room at a USA hotel. The elevator ran up to the 4-th floor, then we used stairs. The room wasn't very large, but light and in good shape. The sheets were clean. They give you free sleepers, but no bath robes, no tea or coffee-makers, also, the mattress felt a bit stiff. The bathroom was Ok, had complimentary toiletries (no body lotion) and 2 towels per person + 1 floor towel, the towels were clean and in good condition. There were no problems with hot running water - quite an achievement for a downtown Piter hotel. There are plenty of eating places all around for all tastes and budgets. The hotel breakfast was really great, included a variety of cooked meals and was served at a nicely-decorated restaurant on the ground floor. I had a dinner at that restaurant too and everything was delicious, plus we got small tasty compliments from the chef. The waiter spoke and even joked in English! The restaurant doesn't accept cards, but there is an ATM by the reception. Also, make sure your check your restaurant bill attentively! The hotel staff was very nice and polite to us. They also have a luggage room there.
"nice hotel near the train station"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 11, 2012
Since we arrived late by train from Moscow the location was ideal. It was a long but interesting walk to the main sites. Breakfast was good and the room was clean. We liked the design on the rooms window which allowed us to sit on the ledge and watch the sites. Found a great Armenian basement restaurant on the back street of the hotel (look for a English menu sign on their window as you go down the steps)l